Melissa Rauchbest known as Bernadette Rostenkowski, the charismatic but convincing waitress turned scientist on the long-running CBS hit series, The Big Bang Theoryis embracing a whole new persona as a has-been champion, Hope Ann Greggory, in the new comedy, The Bronze. Written by Rauch and her husband, Winston, the film tells the story of a gymnast who basked in hometown glory after reaching the medal stand, only to find her star fading into obscurity.
Seemingly inspired by their past floor routines, the two rivals end up back in a hotel room, vaulting, cartwheeling and hanging from rings as they engage in the most insane and athletic sex scene ever. Of course this is what would happen when these two world-class gymnasts get together.
However, there were two moves he had to rely on his own Cirque du Soleil performer to execute. This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the .
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